For once, the polls weren’t far off. Sadiq Khan won with a record share of the vote, which I found affirming. And relieving.
Ironically, as the results rolled in pictures were circulating of Sir Lynton Crosby, the architect of the racist politics that Zac espoused in his campaign, being awarded his knighthood for “services to politics”. He’s also the mastermind behind Boris’ previous campaigns and the Tory party General Election win so I can see why they adorn him with laurels.
But London? My London said no.
I don’t think there’s much more to be said on this than what was written by Media Diversified’s Chimene Suleyman.